Topic: manufacturing

Component Sourcing International Acquires Georgia-based AllTech Pro

May 10, 2021


Component Sourcing International (CSI) has acquired AllTech Pro (ATP), a global sourcing organization highly focused on steel castings for industrial and heavy equipment applications, including its own line of bucket teeth, shanks and other ground engaging tools. ATP was founded in 2017 in Tucker, GA, a suburb of Atlanta. This acquisition further enhances the growth of CSI by adding a well-established operation near Atlanta, close to many current customers. ATP advances CSI’s strategic focus on growing its steel casting expertise, as well as having its own brand of ground engaging tools.





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COVID-19 Update

March 16, 2020

Last Wednesday, the World Health Organization finally defined the coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic.  Our team members are our top priority during this turbulent time, and CSI has issued guidelines to our team that follow the current CDC recommendations.  CSI also remains committed to our customers.  We will continue operations until such time as mandatory closures are recommended. We will remain open for business and will monitor the situation daily.
Please find below our company continuity plans with both our teams and customers in mind. 

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What You Need To Know About Outsource Manufacturing

February 3, 2020

If you've come to this blog to learn about the ins and outs of outsource manufacturing, you've come to the right place. Outsource manufacturing is the process of hiring people or organizations outside of your company to manufacture parts and products, assemble parts into products, or to build entire products for you and your company. The biggest reason a company would consider outsourced manufacturing is to save money…in labor, overhead and production costs.

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Global Sourcing - What's In Store For 2020?

January 10, 2020

Much has changed in the world of supply chain over the last decade as global sourcing solutions have evolved.  The election of President Trump and the trade war with China have certainly contributed to instability within the global sourcing world. The factors influencing changes in sourcing are in the fine lines between customer satisfaction and trying to understand where the various markets are heading.  The companies that will win in 2020 are the companies that continue to adapt and stay ahead of current trends while internally evolving for the future.  Below are our professional opinions on what you can expect in the world of global sourcing for 2020:

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